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Ottoman Syria
DAMASCUS POTTERY BORDER TILE WITH SINUOUS VINE
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Ottoman Syria
DAMASCUS POTTERY BORDER TILE WITH SINUOUS VINE
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Ottoman Syria
DAMASCUS POTTERY BORDER TILE WITH SINUOUS VINE
decorated in underglaze cobalt blue, turquoise, and apple green with black outlines, foliate vine, mounted
glazed fritware
28.4 by 25.6cm., 11 3/16 by 10in.
late 16th/17th century
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Just as Hodgkin loved Iznik tiles, so too did he collect Damascus pottery tiles, which borrowed from the Iznik repertoire but developed at a slighter later stage. Although these follow a less rigid symmetry, toned colour palette, and runny glaze, they are appreciated for their spontaneous designs. The English Pre-Raphaelite artist, Frederic, Lord Leighton (1840-96), created an Arab Hall filled with Damascus pottery tiles in his London home, known as 'Leighton House', following a trip to Damascus in 1873.

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